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KM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COMOROS.
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Under the guidelines,drivers should drive no faster than 60 kilometers per hour and abide by all traffic rules and regulations as well as ensure that the vehicle is routinely maintained and in good condition.
The work on 31.70 hectares land acquisition and 5.9- kilometer river bank protection is progressing fast under the Taka 333.38-crore project.
The Skyway Stage 3 is a six-lane elevated expressway stretched to about 17.54 kilometers over Metro Manila from Buendia, Makati City to Balintawak, Quezon City.
Two measures of geographic access to services were created: the distance from each primary sampling unit to the nearest health facility, and the highest level of delivery care within 10 kilometers of each primary sampling unit.
For its first two weeks in orbit, it lost about 8 kilometers a day.
"The infrastructure deficit is so profound in our country, whether it is our ports, the airports or our roads in the power sector, so we set this target of building 20 kilometers a day," he added.
The previous transmission record was 1.60 terabits of information per second over 2000 kilometers (1250 miles).
"Our longest bridge is two kilometers long unlike ng mga (proposed) inter-island projects that reach as far as 20 kilometers, so kailangan talaga ng (we really need) foreign technologies," Villar said.
It features the 100 kilometer, 50 kilometer and 15 kilometer race routes.
He said the present government has done work of 14 exploration wells, dig 52 development wells and complete work of 25 wells along with two dimension seismic survey of 16,662 line kilometer and 4,106 square kilometer two dimensional survey.
The statement stated that BSF had planed to complete 2,579.22 kilometer of border fencing and 1,422.45 kilometer of road construction along the border under Phase-II at a cost of Rs 4,393.67 crore by 2010.